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UNetbootin on Windows
|Original author(s)||Geza Kovacs|
|Initial release||April 2007|
|Stable release||release 377 / October 28, 2009|
|Written in||C++ (with Qt4)|
|Operating system||Windows, Linux|
|License||GNU General Public License|
UNetbootin (Universal Netboot Installer) is a cross-platform utility that can create Live USB systems and can load a variety of system utilities or install various Linux distributions and other operating systems without a CD.
- Cross-platform (available for Windows and Linux)
- Non-destructive install (does not format the device) using Syslinux.
- Supports mainstream Linux distributions, such as Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE, CentOS, Debian, Gentoo, Linux Mint, Arch Linux, Mandriva, Mepis, Slackware as well as FreeDOS, FreeBSD and NetBSD.
- Can load a variety of system utilities, such as Ophcrack, BackTrack.
- Other operating systems can be loaded via pre-downloaded ISO image or custom kernel, initrd and floppy/hard drive disk image files.
- Automatically detects all removable devices.
Hard Drive Install
UNetbootin's distinguishing features are its support for a great variety of Linux distributions, its portability, its ability to load custom kernel, initial ramdisk and disk image (including ISO image) files, and its support for both Windows and Linux. Unlike Wubi, and similar to the Win32-Loader, when installing to hard disk, UNetbootin installs to a partition, not a disk image, thus creating a dual-boot setup between Linux and Windows.
- FUSBi- Based on UNetbootin, it only downloads 'free' distributions endorsed by the FSF.
- List of tools to create Live USB systems
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